What You Say Tells What You Are
- Taped Rugs Productions, Charles Rice Goff III, C. Goff III, electronic music, experimental music, avant garde, sound collage, compilation, cassette culture, loops, synthesizer, voice manipulation, Kansas City, underground, improvisation, improv, Greg Segal, Gen Ken Montgomery, Lasse Jensen, for fans of Turkey Makes Me Sleepy, for fans of Herd Of The Ether Space, for fans of Disism, for fans of -Ing, for fans of Brian Eno, for fans of Laurie Anderson, for fans of Robert Fripp, for fans of The Residents, minimalism
by Charles Rice Goff III
1 Voxipedic Ambulator
3 Sensual Artless Beautiful
4 Life's Unquiet Dream
5 What Did You Do To My Dad?
6 Choir Ire For Facile Figs
7 I Forgot My PIN Code
8 Oligarchies Ice Riff
9 Catwalks In Sandusky Manor
10 Do It For Spiritual Fulfillment
All music in this collection was performed, recorded, engineered, edited, and produced by Charles Rice Goff III, except "Sensual Artless Beautiful," which was created in collaboration with Greg Segal, who added piano and synthesizer to a raw Goff recording, and who engineered the final result.
1 "Voxipedic Ambulator" was created for the album:
"One Minute Symphony/Apologia De Los Insectos" (https://endogamic.bandcamp.com/album/one-minute-symphony-apolog-a-de-los-insectos),
released by Endogamic/Antonio Murga in September, 2017.
2 "Sweven" is a Goff III improvisation, created January 2, 2018.
The word "Sweven" means: "a vision seen in sleep."
3 "Sensual Artless Beautiful" was created for the album: "Invisible Ground of Sympathy" by Greg Segal With Friends (http://www.gregsegal.com/invisiblegroundofsympathy.htm), released by Phantom Airship in August, 2017.
4 "Life's Unquiet Dream" was created in February, 2018, out of leftover building blocks from Goff's Taped Rugs album: "Tone Telegrams" (https://archive.org/details/ToneTelegrams), released in April, 2017.
5 "What Did You Do To My Dad?" and "I Forgot My PIN Code" were created for the compilation album: "Twenty-Seven Years Later" (https://generationsunlimited.bandcamp.com/album/twenty-seven-years-later),
released by Generations Unlimited/Gen Ken Montgomery in October, 2017.
6 "Choir Ire For Facile Figs" is a Goff III improvisation, created January 6, 2018. "Choir Ire Facile Figs" is an anagram of "Charles Rice Goff III." The word "for" is a handy English preposition.
7 "Oligarchies Ice Riff" is a Goff III improvisation, created January 2, 2018. "Oligarchies Ice Riff" is an anagram of "Charles Rice Goff III."
8 "Catwalks In Sandusky Manor" is a segment of a much longer Goff III improvisation, recorded on August 15, 2017. It was extracted to serve as the soundtrack for a video Goff produced in December, 2017, which features Goff's cats: Carmelita and Climbit. A copy of the video is included in this online post. The full-length improvisation from which this recording was extracted was released in January, 2018, on the Taped Rugs album "The Idea Of Hell In The Bible" (https://archive.org/details/TheIdeaOfHellInTheBible).
9 "Do It For Spiritual Fulfillment" was created for the compilation album:
"Friends of Stilletid 2018"
released by Stilletid/Lasse Jensen in January, 2018. Goff also created the cover art for this album.
copyright 2017, 2018 by Taped Rugs Productions
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Now, correct me if I am wrong, but this album has almost no guitars in it, it's more synth-oriented. "Catwalks In Sandusky Manor", has great guitar playing and also some guitar pops up in "Do It For Spiritual Fulfillment", but further no guitars... I think or they must be well-hidden.
Now, as I said... one of my favorites!
'...So it goes'
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